Countdown to #ChaBooCha

Chapter Book Challenge 2013

It’s that time of year again, only 2 more sleeps until the Chapter Book Challenge, also known as ChaBooCha. I have a story mapped out and I even started it at lunch today!

I read the start of it to the Monash Writers Group tonight and they seemed to enjoy it, which was great as this was the first time I’d read it out loud. I need to make some changes, however they will come with time. [Read more…]

My big plan

My Big Plan

If you’re a long time reader of this blog, you will know that I’m an active member of PlanBig, an amazing community to help people realise their Big Plans.

Tonight I have re-jigged one of my plans to reflect my journey. You can find this plan here.

Though this site, I have connected with some amazing people, including fellow authors and followed their journeys. I’m looking forward to the day I can join them in marking my plan to be a published author complete.

I use this site to ask questions, get inspiration, and getting the virtual kick up the butt when I haven’t updated my plan for a while.

A little bit excited…

Help from PlanBig!

If you’ve been reading for a while, you’ll know I’m a member of the PlanBig community. A couple of months ago, they posted the opportunity to have students from RMIT help planners with research for their plans. You can read the plan here.

I’ve been trying to work out what to do with the Accidental WAHM stories… so I thought I’d apply. I want to know two main things – the first is the best way to present the stories, and the second is a list of issues that would be both useful and interesting to include in the stories.

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Prompt #19 – Growing my platform

Building my Platform

The 19th prompt for the Author Blog Challenge is:

What are the three most important things you are doing to grow your platform?

Compared to some of the other prompts, this one is fairly easy to answer.

The first thing I’m doing is this blog and sharing my journey with all my readers. I hope this means I’ll have a captive audience when it comes to sell my books, as well as being an inspiration to others who are going on a similar journey. I also have a blog for the Accidental WAHM project and for the Letter Writing Challenge.

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